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because barack obama and harry reid want her to be in this race. there is a reason, my friends. a reason every hollywood liberal is sending her a check. it is not because they care about kentucky, i assure you that. it is because they know as well as we do that there is a dime's worth of difference, not a dime's worth of difference between a candidate who puts harry reid in charge and harry reid himself. [applause] a vote for my opponent is a vote for a guy who says coal makes you sick. it is a vote for a guy who thinks nothing for the state if he thinks about it at all. a vote for my opponent is a vote for obama care and the president who sold it to us on a mountain of lies. that is why this race is not about one party against another. it is about a government that thinks it can lie to its own citizens and get away with it. [applause] it is about holding the people who did this accountable. this race is about vindicating people like angela, a mother of five girls from from owensboro. she was at her wit ends when she wrote me this year. after being told up and down she did not have to wo
dukes up. >> the top democrat in the u.s. senate, majority leader harry reid, has now mentioned the billionaire koch brothers this year more than 140 times. >> they are in it to make money. any attempt to buy our democracy is dishonest, diseptemberrive, false and unfair. >> it is wrong, incorrect, erroneous, worthy of correct-shun. that's when the thesaurus runs out of ways to say (bleep). because the koch brothers are in the fossil fuel business their money can't help but pollute the debate. >> even the keystone debate. they're one of the main owners of all that 'stuff' up there. that ugly tar stuff. in canada. they are one of the largest if not the second largest owner of that. stuff up there. (laughter) >> you know, in the history of the senate, there have been many great and notable orators, and i believe harry reid's vote against the "stuff up there," keystone dealey, will go down in history of the paper thingies order on the -- the -- shelve-a-ma-jigs. bring it home, daniel webster! >> senate presidents are addicted to koch. >> you might say -- you might say, madam preside
questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> harry reid in the hot seat as the senate demands a vote on the keystone pipeline. >>> and >>> welcome to "the welcome to the journal, editorial report, fresh questions this week about the obama administration's efforts to shape the narrative in the days following september 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya, that killed four american diplomats. newly released video shows -- susan rice for her controversial sunday talk show appearances with deputy national security advisor ben rhodes writing in an e-mail two days before that the administration wanted her, quote, to underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video and not a broader failure of policy. joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor dan henninger. and columnist mary o'mcgrady. you've been following this for us. i thought all the e-mails were supposed to have done the least long ago. >> how did it turn up now? >> so did congress and all the media this one came out of judicial watch, a conservative
on the defensive, and raised fresh questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> plus, harry reid in the hot seat as vulnerable senate democrats demand a vote on the k keystone pipeline. >>> and a big win for rick perry as toyota moves from california to texas. can he ride the record all the way to the white house? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report" i'm paul gigot. fresh questions about the obama report to shake the narrative in the days following september 11, 2012, the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya, that killed four american diplomats. an e-mail showed a white house official played a role and susan race and her talk show appearances. ben rhodes writing in an e-mail two days before that the administration wanted her, quote, to underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video, and not a broader failure of policy. joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor dan henninger. matt kominski and columnist mary anastasia o'grady. matt, i thought all the e-mails were supposed to have been released long ago. how did this turn up
at the democratic controlled senate where harry reid has essentially shut down debate, refusing to allow a vote on all but nine, that's right, nine republican amendments since last july. stopping several bipartisan bills cold. for more, i'm joined by wall street journal columnist and deputy editor, assistant editorial editor and washington columni columnist. kim, describe what harry reid is doing. >> here has been the long standing deal in the senate. minority party would agree to move on to a bill to give the vote for closure to actually start debating a bill. the majority party in return would allow them to debate the bill and propose amendments. and everyone got something out of this. harry reid has turned that on his head. it does not want his members to have to vote for some of the amendments that republicans are putting forward because they have bipartisan support and he and the white house don't like some of these provisions. so he's just stopped all amendments. and stopped all debate. and the only way republicans can fight back is to refuse therefore to move on the bhils. >> so you're s
>>> this week on "the journal editorial report" -- harry reid's senate blockade. an unprecedented crackdown. can the gop fight back? plus, former treasury secretary tim geithner out with a new book defending his role in the bank bailout. is his history accurate? and new jersey governor chris christie saying a 2016 run is still very much on the table. but bridgegate may the least of his problems as the garden state finances take a turn for the worse. >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. washington doesn't work. that was president obama's message at a high dollar fund-raiser in manhattan this week where he told attendees we have a party on the other side that has been captured by ideology that says no to everything. if the president wants to get to the true root of gridlock in washington, he may also want to look at the democratic controlled senate where harry reid shut down debate refusing to allow a vote on all but nine, that's right, nine republican amendments since last july. topic several bipartisan -- stopping several bipartisan bills cold. i'm joined
and harry reid want her to be in the race. there is a reason, my friends, a reason, every hollywood liberal is sending her a check. there isn't a dime's worth of difference, not a dime's worth of difference between a candidate who puts harry reid in charge and harry reid himself. >> let me set the record straight tonight for our senior senator out of touch with kentucky, president obama is not on kentucky's 2014 election ballot. nothing about this election will change who is in the white house, but we can change who is in washington, d.c. >> see about that one. the georgia primary, no candidate on the republican side came near to 50% in that seven candidate primary field. which include three sitting u.s. congressmen. right now looks like, kingston will face david perdue in the run-off. in georgia, michelle nunn, daughter of sam nunn, won. and tom cotton will take on mark prioror. businessman, tom wolf, defeated, allison schwartz for the democratic nomination. wolf will take on republican tom corbin in november. lots more about that from me. let's talk about the senate right now. the kentuck
from my harry reid interview. and as the outcry over the v.a. hospital horror stories continue and the alleged coverups grow louder on capitol hill, an unusual move to acquire e-mails from a cabinet secretary before he testifies. >> plus, ahead of mother's day, we have a fun new poll question for you. about the feelings on the self-proclaimed mom in chiefs and her immediate predecessors. it might surprise you who the country most admires and where in the country lives depends on who you admire. happy friday. it's may 9th, 2014. the president devoted his entire day raising money from the country as largest atm machine, the state of california. he's been at events in los angeles and silicon valley. he warned democrats shouldn't be sitting out the mid terms. >> democrats have a congenital defect when it comes to our politics and that is we like voting during presidential years and during the mid terms we don't vote. our future is bright if people shake off whatever's holding them back and they go to the polls. >> the president does finally, by the way, have a public, nonpolitical
is watched closely, he can bury -- be very effective. >> you write a lot about harry reid. [video clip] >> we have 15 nominees who have been held up for an average of nine months. does this place need to be changed? yes. look at all these people. i don't mind you being here. >> what does that say about harry reid? >> harry reid is a real character. he doesn't have a very well-defined verbal filtering device. he says what is on his mind. he's an odd character, someone who i think is fascinating. he kind of outsourced the things that a lot of senators care about, being on tv, getting credit. the big show horse speeches. he will relinquish that, being on sunday shows just so long as he gets to be in charge. harry reid decided to put all charisma on hold and just be the guy who is in charge. he is quirky as all heck. >> this quote was published in a review in the "wall street journal." it gets to your point. this is a quote from harry reid. he is one of the people who has meant so much to me, reid said of john kerry. you say that he tells lots of people how much he loves them. >> he does. harry r
barack obama and harry reid want her in the race. there is not a dime's worth of difference, not a dime's worth of difference between a candidate who puts harry reid in charge and harry reid, i himself. >> and president obama is not on the kentucky 2014 election ball ballot. nothing about this election is going to change who is in the white house, but we can change who is in washington, d.c. >> and today, lun dergan grimes is out on the campaign trail and she is going to go to a place in chi d kentucky where mcconnell was not able to talk about jobs. and also new ads. >> a lot of people in washington have things going worse and a lot of oit is because of the people at the top of the political parties. >> and later this fall, she will run with rand paul, and the big story of the day was the gop establishment overwhelming victory over the tea party which lost in idaho, georgia, pennsylvania and in addition to kentucky. here to break it down for us this morning is nbc news senior political editor mark murray, and we have to abbreviate this, because of the president's remarks, but what is t
that our party needs to stand for, which it does. we did put 150 bills in the senate on harry reid's desk that he didn't take up. packaging it up like you did, i think you're on to something. >> i was surprised but pleasantly so the idea that there might be specific promises by candidates on balancing the budget, energy independence, a specific plan to counter obamacare, securing the borders, school choice. do you anticipate come september that might be a reality? >> i don't want to get ahead of mig myself -- >> right. >> -- on this issue. you're talking about more in reality than what people realize. having this four or five umbrella plan is something that could really happen. >> would you like to see, everybody here, some type of written solutions, five things that republicans will do if they get elected? >> yes. [ applause ] >> i'm not trying to sell my idea. i think people are so cynical of government right now. >> there has to be some level of accountability. an accountability partner. by doing that, you increase the level of accountability. we have to be a party that's good on the g
.m. call. >> yep. perhaps there is no more vocal critic of mega donors koch brothers than harry reid. in a one-on-one interview with chuck todd, reid clarified why he's going after the businessmen and not other big republican donors. >> it is the two richest people in the world. and they are in it to make money. that's their whole goal here. is they have zeros to their billions. and i don't think that's the case -- >> you don't think that's the case with adelson? >> i know sheldon adelson. he's not in this for money. he's got -- he's not in this to make money. he's in it because he has certain certain ideological views. now, sheldon adelson views are in keeping with the democrats. so adelson, don't pick on him. he's not in it to make money. >> he's not. by the way, we were just sitting here thinking -- i know. it's so laughable, gene. i read my forbes richest people in the world, they're not the two richest people in the world, first of all. >> they are quite rich. >> i'd like their money, don't get me wrong. but don't say they're the two richest people in the world. >> i don't think
rules. my exclusive interview with senate majority leader harry reid. he pulls no punches and has some fancy footwork when it comes to 2016. and jim clyburn on the sights and sounds that shape his politics and what he expects to hear and see in 2015. plus, we heard nina turner lay out her side and today the man she would like to knock out of office, republican john husted. good morning. this is thursday, may 8, 2014. i'll get to my first sitdown, harry reid. he's a study in contrast, mild mannered and sharp tongued. he knows the rule book better than anyone. a man who never let's opponents forget. he was also an amateur boxer and is apparently not afraid of a fight. he's become the 2014 boogie man that republicans are looking for. what nancy pelosi was to campaigns in 2010, senate republicans are hoping to do to harry reid in 2014. i sat down with reid, as you'll see, when it comes to his hard-nosed legislative style, he's unapologetic. we hit a lot of issues under the sun, beginning with whether democrats will get anything done this year in the senate. >> i had to overcome over 500 fi
and the void of earmarks, it's not. the exact same earmarks they had for several years and harry reid says historical precedence. historical precedence doesn't mean jack when you're wrong. look, the commission is one example. president obama doesn't want it and the inspector general of the commission said it's worthless, but, still being funded because it is a favorite to jobs in that congressman's district. i mean, this is absolutely insane what's going on. they're stealing from the american people and this is corruption at its finest. >> chuck, do you agree with that? >> well, i tell you what these politicians think about these earmarks. the same way they feel about the pom moped. everybody loves to ride it and have fun with it but they don't want their friends to see them on it. that don't make it right, but it's politics. they want to take this money back so they can show their friends about it and be all big and mighty and look what i did for the district. since they put the ban on it, it has really reduced, but i think politicians are always going to try to find a way to get that mon
to cut social security, which by the way, as harry reid reminded us, has nothing to do with the deficit. >> wow. >> right? they got the memo. >> those are great. they got the memo and doesn't have the sense of security and lying. >> what does it matter? white house officials come, spin it this way, you're going on sunday talk shows. >> the government can remain silent on a matter of national security. we're about to take down osama bin laiden. you ex many spect the government to remain silent. when the government actively, aggressively lies and deceives on something the american public has the right to know, fdr promised it would be your money, we would give back your money and wouldn't go into the red and now it's in the red. not to criticize but to be honest with the american people how tax dollars are being spent, administration has an obligation to do that. this administration has been lying from day one and now with benghazi, with general clapper lying about the nsa a, you'll have mike rodgers on in a few minutes, we'll have to ask about that, they are really, really in the dog hou
. >>> also from capitol hill tonight, questions about what is behind senator harry reid's new call to change the u.s. constitution. a plan that would also change how our elections work. chris is fox news digital politics editors, all right, chris, i just want to question the fact that we hear a lot from the senate majority leader, he took to the floor and feels very strongly about these issues that congress should have more control and about how people should spend money in elections but there are parts to the constitution, rights he doesn't seem especially fond of. >> or at least the interpretation of the supreme court of the united states of those rights as it relates whether i can spend money to say stuff about politicians or any american can spend money to say things about politicians that politicians don't like. >> amend the constitution. >> i'm calling it he wants to amend the united states constitution as a political ploy to continue voting about and talking about his two absolute favorite boogie men of this election cycle, charles and david koch. they are rich. their family's busines
heard any of these candidates. what does this mean to me? >> because of harry reid. harry reid is the majority leader of the united states senate, and republicans would like that not to be the case. and the ability of republicans to pick not more conservative or more moderate but most lectable candidates for each senate race will determine whether or not basically that harry reid gets to continue in his job or if the dynamic in washington finally changes. >> now last time around the republicans screwed it up and they chose a bunch of candidates that were not electable. that's why harry reid won re-election because the person he was running against he was demonized there he went. the question this time around what are they going to do this time and what are we seeing tonight? >> we're seeing tonight what we saw in the last batch of primaries and batch before that republicans are making smart choices so far. certainly we've seen establishment figures like in north carolina win. we've seen outsiders like in nebraska win. in each case the republican primary voter seems pretty savvy
committee, saying he has not heard from the white house. and harry reid saying he is not sure if he will bring it to the floor for the vote. >> let me ask about general shinseki. >> the allegations look pretty bad. he testified this week saying he is mad as hell. the white house chief said that there is no one angrier than the president. there are parallels here to obamacare and raises competency issues with the government there. and the administration, the white house, for the time being standing by the cabinet secretary. and allegations that veterans died while they were waiting for treatment and also allegations they were cooking the books. the v.a. were cooking the books with a secret list. that was pretty bad. >> phil mattingly, let me turn to you. fannie mae and freddie mac reform bill dead, right? >> yes, it took a step forward. the senate panel approved. it is bipartisan. before the panel, the democrats, lost 6 of their crucial members, set it to not do what it wanted -- said it did not do what it wanted them to do. >> 2015? >> it is interesting. bob corker, a support of ref
connell wanted to make it about hollywood. >> my opponent is in the race because barack obama and harry reid want her to be in the race. there is a reason, my friends, a reason, every hollywood liberal is sending her a check. there isn't a dime's worth of difference, not a dime's worth of difference between a candidate who puts harry reid in charge and harry reid himself. >> let me set the record straight tonight for our senior senator out of touch with kentucky, president obama is not on kentucky's 2014 election ballot. nothing abut th aing about thisl change who is in the white house, but we can change who is in washington, d.c. >> see about that one. the georgia primary, no candidate on the republican side came near to 50% in that seven candidate primary field. which include three sitting u.s. congressmen. right now looks like, kingston will face david perdue in the run-off. in georgia, mid shelfchelle nun daughter of sam nunn, won. and tom cotton will take on mark prioror. businessman, tom wolf, defeated, allison schwartz for the democratic nomination. wolf will take on republican tom corbin
the senate majority under our leadership would break sharply from the practices of the harry reid air i in favor of approache freewheeling to problem solving. i would work to restore its traditional role as a place where good ideas are generated, debated, and voted on. we would revive the committee process, and by the way, when i say that, i mean democratic ideas also. they afraid of? they have got 55 votes. this is approach to problem solving. not the way the senate used to operate. i used to say that the price of being in the majority is that you're going to have to give the minority votes you do not like in order to get it across the floor. that is always the way it was. we would work longer days and weeks to reach consensus. let me touch on that for a minute. if a leader brings up a bill on monday and really wants to isish it, the fatigue factor the best tool you have. rather than trying to shut everybody out and making everybody mad, you just run the clock, and you say on monday, we are going to finish this bill either thursday night, friday , oring, friday night morning one or two
asking senator harry reid to form a committee to investigate benghazi. here's senator lindsay graham. >> we think that the senate is derlength in its job. we have had a partisan view of benghazi and that is unfortunate. the intel- committee did a good job. and armed services and foreign relations did nothing on dod and the state department. i think that is a stain on the senate's reputation of being an oversight body. >> joining us now with more on this. chris wallace, anchor of fox news sunday. i don't know, chris, if you are a betting man, but what would bet the odds are of harry reid ceding to the wishes and putting together a committee to investigate benghazi. >> it is a sure thing. it is not going to happen. the talk that it is partisan, it is certainly partisan enough and you can make an argument that o and the house should hold hearings on benghazi. there is no chance that the democrats led by harry reid will allow a select committee in the the senate. now having said that. we have had select committees in the past. watergate was a select committee and others are both houses.
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write a lot about harry reid. [video clip] >> we have 15 nominees who have been held up for an average of nine months. does this place need to be changed? yes. look at all these people. i don't mind you being here. >> what does that say about harry reid? >> harry reid is a real character. he doesn't have a very well-defined verbal filtering device. he says what is on his mind. he's an odd character, someone who i think is fascinating. he kind of outsourced the things that a lot of senators care about, being on tv, getting credit. the big show horse speeches. he will relinquish that, being on sunday shows just so long as he gets to be in charge. harry reid decided to put all charisma on hold and just be the guy who is in charge. he is quirky as all heck. >> this quote was published in a review in the "wall street journal." it gets to your point. this is a quote from harry reid. he is one of the people who has meant so much to me, reid said of john kerry. you say that he tells lots of people how much he loves them. >> he does. harry reid is a politician. he's been described as ruthless,
. and coming up next, chuck todd goes one on one with harry reid. why the senate majority leader hopes for some healthy competition in the next democratic presidential primary. really? that's next on "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. sfx: car unlock beep. vo: david's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. nowchoose one option fromith red lothe wood-fire grill,trios! one signature shrimp dish, and a pasta. all on one plate. three delicious choices. all for $15.99 for a limited time only! come sea food differently today! ameriprise asked people a simple question: in retirement, will you outlive your money? uhhh. no, that can't happen. that's the thing, you don't know how long it has to last. everyone has retirement questions. so ameriprise created the exclusive.. confident retirement approach. now you and your ameripise advisor can get the real answers you need. well, knowing gives you confidence. star
that you actually think that there is something good about harry reid's proposal to increase minimum wage. why do you feel that way? >> i think if we're going to have a minimum wage, we should periodically and reasonably increase it. i don't support harry reid's proposal. but there's a way to do it that's a win-win. we can add jobs to the economy and increase the minimum wage. r example, if you increase it a little bit, reasonably, the job loss that you'd experience from that could be more than made up by a fraction of one month's average job growth. but more importantly, if you put together a win-win package, for example, also approving the keystone pipeline or also allowing the repatriation of money earned overseas to come back to america and allow that to be used for job growth, you'd have a reasonable increase in the minimum wage and you'd have positive net job growth and you'd have a message for republicans that they would be about working people. it's a win for everybody. >> it sounds like a good idea for a republican message. have you made any headway with republicans? i know you i
harry lea harry reid tell e dirty awful koch brothers stoping them at every impasse. >> these billionaire oil tycoons are certainly experts to a tri beaut to climat change, they are one the main causes of this. neil: leaves aside their i flew en and power. even they don't have 80 billion to push something. so who is zooming whom? >> this is -- you may have noticed it is a campaign year, he had a senate majority, he tried to agenda it of rejected in democratic process, now a mega-donor, dangleing a million if he goes full moon bat on this stuff, that is not the argument i would make if i were harry reid, but this believe in super powers is consistent with his belief and windmills and solar panels are new and you can run aan economy on them. neil: whatever your views on climate change. today in new york it is raining it wasn't yesterday, go changing. my points, i have to be real 100% sure, close that before i commit money to greed they want to us, that it will have a desireed effect and everyone will be in this with me, much of the rift of the world -- rest of the worl
report" up next. >>> top senate democrat harry reid claimed the sequester has already cost more than 1.5 million jobs. the new math brings the total down a bit to just one. this is "special report." >> good evening, i'm bret baier. washington, d.c. is taking fuzzy math to a new leve despite 0 pock lipt ick warnings about the man it dated across the board government cuts known as xwesequestration, the real damage was to the truth. james rosen tells us about the amazing contradiction between rhetoric and reality. >> they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment rolls. this is not an ab instruction. people will lose their jobs. >> they have projected 750,000 people will lose their jobs if this sequester takes effect. >> we have learned that the sequestration already has cut 1.6 million jobs. >> from leading democrats came a virtual avalanche of dire predictions about what would happen if the forced budget cuts known as sequestration went into effect. well, they did go into effect, but those predictions seem today to many wildly off base. >> there certainly is a disc
. is that justice? >>> politics that would apply to everyone. harry reid is not hiding the fact that billionaire koch brothers are his target. he's so eager to limit their influence he's willing to change our nation's founding document over it. good afternoon, everybody. the pictures look like inis a grams from hell. five remaining active wildfires burning all at once in southern california. the flames charring more than 17 square miles in san diego county. at least 11,000 people remain under evacuation orders. a view now from the sky of the fire burning in escondido. this is one of the more stubborn fires with no causes determined. investigators are treating each fire as if it were a crime scene. police say they've arrested two young men for setting two small brush fires yesterday in the county. they are looking whether the suspects are connected to the larger fires that have been burning for days. ted rollins is standing by live for us in california. officials hoping cooler temperatures and calmer winds will help today. is the weather cooperating? >> it has throughout most of the day but withi
. and on capitol hill, harry reid has made it its mission to make sure the country knows what the coke brothers were about and democratic leader in the house, nancy pelosi. rosh better, good to have you with us. do you expect a lot of support 23r9 progressive community because you clearly have the attention of lawmakers? >> yes, we do. we have over 15 groups that are working with us. of all sides on different issues. the thing about the coke brothers, ed, not dissimilar to the conversation you were having with senator sanders about all mart, they fundamentally attack so many different issues that are important to the quality of our life and the reality is, every single one of us, we're all paying a price for the coke brothers' millions that go against our fundamental interests. >> harry reid obviously says he wants to see a constitutional amendment that will do away with citizen's united. that's a great conversation and i to the lie agree with it and it's fruch legislatively pie in the sky the way the government is set up now. is this the best way to do this? go straight to the public? i'm all
because it looks like they are piling on, and they are not going to get it through harry reid. it's small beer. let the house committee do its job and see where that takes us. i think that house committee will be tough and god willing it will get somewhere. bill: that was like two years ago. dang if i know. martha: should parents have the right to see the data schools are collecting on our children? one father was told it would cost him $10,000 if he wanted that information. he's not too happy about that and he is our guest next. nowchoose one option fromith red lothe wood-fire grill,trios! one signature shrimp dish, and a pasta. all on one plate. three delicious choices. all for $15.99 for a limited time only! come sea food differently today! trwith secure wifie for your business. it also comes with public wifi for your customers. not so with internet from the phone company. i would email the phone company to inquire as to why they have shortchanged these customers. but that would require wifi. switch to comcast business internet and get two wifi networks included. comcast business built
street journal" this morning entitled "harry reid's senate blockade." madam president, i ask unanimous consent to enter this opinion piece in the record at this time. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. wicker: thank you, madam president. and i will quote at length from "the wall street journal" this morning because in mentioning this popular piece of legislation, the editorial gets right to the point. it says the reason the bill failed this week tells the real story of washington gridlock in the current congress, to-wit, harry reid has essentially shut down the senate as a place to debate and vote on policy, and i absolutely agree, madam president. the editorial says this, and i quote -- "the majority leader's strategy was once again on display as the senate failed to get the 60 votes to move the popular energy efficiency bill cosponsored by new hampshire democrat jeanne shaheen and ohio republican rob portman. mr. reid blamed the defeat on republican partisanship, but the impasse really came down to mr. reid's blockade against amendments that might prove politically difficu
no more vocal critic of the koch brothers than harry reid. he's speaking out in an interview with chief white house correspondent chuck todd. he clarified why he's going after the businessmen and not other big republican donors. >> these are the two richest people in the world and they're in it to make money. that's their hole goal here to add zeros to their billions and i don't think that's the case -- >> you don't think that's the case with add elson. >> i know sheldon add elson. he's not in this to make money. he's in it because he has certain ideological views. sheldon addal son's social views are in keep being the democrats on choigs, other kinds of things. he's not in it to make money. >> the headline above the fold in today's "washington post" suggests that sheldon add elson is benefiting from his donations. the casino mogul has donated to groups around the country. the post reports many are siding with him to try to outlaw online gambling. you can see more on that when chuck joins us this morning on "morning joe." >>> turning our attention to business. the doubt and s&p rose whi
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's the rules such as how they structure prices and so forth. look david, when you have senator harry reid taking to the senate floor to say that the people complaining about the service under obamacare are liars. that's when you really know the policy. >> or the people talking about obamacare are racist. >> right. they can't defend the numbers so they're throwing out names. >> issabrina. >> it's not rocket science. when you provide something for free for everyone it can't work. we're going to have longer lines and corruption and rationed care. i was at the pediatrician with one of my children yesterday. i said my throat hurt too. he said i'd love to check you out. but i can't because i don't have a chart for you. i don't have a way of billing the insurance company. this is all going to get worse was his point. there's going to be fewer people going into the medical field because of this. there's going to be a lot of losses. >> go ahead, rich. rick unger is right on the technical differences between the va and obamacare but the fundamental economics is exactly the same. when you increase d
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